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Rachel Kempson, Lady Redgrave, Dies at 92
By Michael Portantiere · May 26, 2003
Rachel Kempson Rachel Kempson, the actress whose 50-year marriage to actor Michael Redgrave produced three children who would take their places among the most highly ...
Hamlet: Poem Unlimited
By Charles Wright · May 26, 2003
Harold Bloom devotes his latest book on Shakespeare's art exclusively to the melancholy Prince of Denmark.
Grand: Knowing You, Part II
By Peter Filichia · May 26, 2003
Filichia concludes his two-parter on Bob Merrill's Prince of Grand Street, soon to be revived at the Jewish Rep.
Transformations: Backstage on Broadway Photo Exhibition Will Benefit BC/EFA
By Matthew Murray · May 23, 2003
Alan Cumming becoming Cabaret’s M.C.(Photo © Rivka Shifman Katvan) Gallery 138 will present "Transformations: Backstage on Broadway," an exhibition
Boomerang to Present Henry IV in the Parks
By Matthew Murray · May 23, 2003
Boomerang Theatre Company will kick off its new season with William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part One, to be presented free of charge in New York City parks this summer. ...
Barrett, Feldshuh, Kudisch, et al. to Salute "The Broadway Musicals of 1960"
By Matthew Murray · May 23, 2003
Brent Barrett Full casting has been announced for the next installment of Town Hall's Broadway By the Year series, "The Broadway Musicals of 1960." Joining ...
Mary Foster Conklin, On the Job
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 23, 2003
Jazz artist Mary Foster Conklin sings for the Siegels' supper on a noisy Saturday night at Chez Suzette.
Whose Family Values!
By Ben Winters · May 23, 2003
Ted Rodenborn, Herb Rubens, Gammy Singer, GlynisBell, and Martha Libman in Whose Family Values!(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Whose Fam...
The Jazz Singer
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 23, 2003
Jessica Molaskey returns to Feinstein's at the Regency with hubby John Pizzarelli and family.
Mondo Drama
By Philip Hopkins · May 23, 2003
Caroline Rhea, Siobhàn Mahoney, and Miriam Shor in Mondo Drama(Photo © Joan Marcus) The Drama Dept. production of the latest play by Douglas Carter